Definition of Overswims

1. overswim [v] - See also: overswim



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Overswims

overswarms
oversway
oversways
oversweet
oversweeten
oversweetened
oversweetening
oversweetens
oversweetness
oversweetnesses
overswell
overswelled
overswelling
overswells
overswim
overswims (current term)
overswing
overswinging
overswings
overswum
overswung
oversystematise
oversystematised
oversystematises
oversystematising
oversystematize
oversystematized
oversystematizes
oversystematizing
overt

Literary usage of Overswims

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1. Browning and the Christian Faith: The Evidences of Christianity from by Edward Berdoe (1899)
"... is like a lamp that overswims with oil, a stomach overloaded with nourishment; that man's soul dies. His death comes to him in the shape of loss from ..."

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